If there was a designer to whom Resort season was made for, that would be Matthew Williamson. The man who knows his way around patterns and color doesn't disappoint — he presents a heavy play on the neon brights trends, as well as past trends of feathers and nudes. The styling is amazing, and though he isn't doing much to change up his formula, it works. I commend him for not relying just on a slew of sundress, but showing soft gowns, skirts, and pants. A true critique of this collection, is that the first half looks like a total stranger to the second half. The softness of the nude pieces are overshadowed by the boldness of color in the beginning. Williamson's inspiration, Japan, is visible in the prints, not to mention the overt use of kimonos silhouettes both at the top and bottom. The complete collection is after the jump.
[Images via Style]